Early-stage cybersecurity startup CommandK has raised $3 million in seed funding for a solution designed to help organizations protect their sensitive data.
The investment round was led by Lightspeed and received additional participation from various angel investors.
Founded in 2022, the San Francisco, California-based company provides organizations with an all-in-one sensitive data manager that can help them build secure applications with few changes to existing infrastructure.
A combination of software development kits and APIs and currently in private beta, the solution scans the tools organizations use to identify and help remediate any data leaks, helping organizations remain compliant with existing policies and regulations.
Organizations can deploy CommandK’s solution within their virtual private cloud (VPC), to ensure that sensitive data never leaves their infrastructure. The manager can integrate with existing SSO providers for role-based access control management.
CommandK provides support for various cloud solutions and provides organizations with an overview of any identified issues from a single dashboard.
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